Dhaval Shah, M.D. Granted Probationary Medical License with Conditions
Nevada State Board of Medical Examiners has approved Dr. Dhaval Shah, M.D.’s application for medical licensure to practice medicine in the State of Nevada. Shah’s license is listed as Active-Probation with certain probationary conditions. The approved probationary license is for two years ending June 2023. Dr. Shah ran his practice under the banner Clinical Infectious Diseases Specialist in Las Vegas.
In August 2020, the Board accepted a settlement agreement by which it found Dr. Shah violated Nevada Medical Practice Act. Dr. Shah was charged with malpractice and failure to maintain timely, legible, accurate, and complete medical records. The Board revoked Dr. Shah’s license to practice medicine in the State of Nevada, and was restricted from applying for reinstatement of a medical license for a period of one year; issued public reprimand; fined a total of $10,000; and reimbursed $23,246 for the fees and costs associated with investigation and prosecution of the matter.
As a condition to practice medicine, Dr. Shah – is prohibited from committing any new violations of the Medical Practice Act; is prohibited from supervising any physician assistant; and is prohibited from collaborating with any advanced practice registered nurse.
Failure to comply with any of the above conditions during the probationary period may result in additional disciplinary action by the Board including suspension to practice medicine.
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